Larry Barber



Larry wrote and produced Gene Rodenberry’s Andromeda, among the highest-rated television series in syndication. Additionally, he has produced and written numerous TV shows, such as X-Files, Cagney & Lacey, Nash Bridges, The Commish, Seven Days, Beverly Hills 90210, Profiler, 21 Jump Street, Roar, First Wave, The Net, WitchBlade, and the political thriller Meltdown, which aired on FX Network. His work won the Imagen Award, for positive portrayal of Latinos in the media, and inspired more than 4,000 people to join Amnesty International.

Larry also is recognized by the Writers Guild of America as a writer of one of the 101 best written television series.

In film, he wrote scripts for Francis Ford Coppola, Oliver Stone, and Michael Mann, among other notable directors.

His childhood Tourette syndrome was a florid case, complete with physical and vocal tics, as well as coprolalia. His tics are now mild.

Of Guatemalan ancestry, Larry was born in New York City, grew up in Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica, and is fluent in Spanish. And, in a fit of passion, he is learning to play ice hockey.